THINGS OLD AND FORGOTTEN

If you would like to read a truly good book filled with short stories, then “Things Old and Forgotten,” is just for you. Mae Clair’s talent as a creative writer is quite evident in each story. She describes emotions, scenes, and characters in a beautifully poetic manner without them being contrived.

My 5 Star Review

Here is a collection of short stories that covers a wide range of genres and each story has a powerful message. My favorites were Desert White and Miss Lily Makes a Wish. The first one is about redemption, life’s choices, and consequences. On a lighter note is Miss Lily Makes a Wish, where a sweet elderly woman comes across a genie who jumped out of the lamp she rubbed. The chose 2 of her 3 wishes were very simple: to fix two things in her house, which surprised the genie. It was her 3rd wish that changed her life forever.
The author, Mae Clair, is a talented and creative storyteller. Each short story had a life lesson
, a moral or religious issue, or a thought-provoking message. Some were on the light side while others were darker.

Webpage: https://maeclair.com/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6468716.Mae_Clair

Twitter: maeclair1

Instagram: @Maeclair1

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Member of Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers.

Member & Contributor to Story Empire.

23 thoughts on “THINGS OLD AND FORGOTTEN

  1. Wow! What a lovely surprise to find your review of Things Old and Forgotten today, Karen. I’m positively thrilled you enjoyed the stories and varied genres. Your review has me grinning ear to ear. And BTW, Desert White and Miss Lily Makes a Wish were two of my personal favorites as well.
    Thank you so much! Wishing you a awesome day!

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